20-Second Timeout: Another Big Shot
National media members were befuddled.
Why would Rasheed Wallace leave Robert Horry to double Manu Ginobili in the corner, when the Spurs trailed the Pistons by two?
Maybe it's because Horry is one of the best ever at lulling an opponent to sleep. After all, Horry did not have a good first half, and didn't score his first points until there was just one second left in the third quarter. In the fourth quarter and in overtime, however, Horry showed why he is the all time leader in three pointers made in the history of the NBA finals. He calmly sank the decisive three pointer with 5.8 seconds left, and the Spurs now have a chance to close out the Pistons in game 6 at home on Tuesday night.
Tim and Rob embrace after the game.
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Indeed, Big Shot Bob had #21's back, and his clutch 21 point performance will be fondly remembered by Spurs fans for a long time, especially if the Spurs can capture their third title in seven years.